This was 13 years ago, and watching it now makes me realize how lucky I was to grow up amid such a vibrant, eclectic and progressive BMX scene. Watching some of the street lines in here (from Ralph Sinisi, Joe Tiseo, Bob Scerbo and George Dossantos) leads me to believe that a lot of what was happening in New Jersey at the time paved the way for modern street riding. I’m not patting myself or New Jersey on the back or anything, but you can’t deny the influence that the riders (and possibly, the above video section) had on the direction of BMX.
Also, I miss the random phone calls and meet-ups from Joe Tiseo. That still hurts.
On February 19, 2010, I was working on the 17th floor of our midtown office when a package arrived from S&M Bikes. It was a frame box, and inside, contained one of the first S&M Intrikat frames. I took it out of the box, marveled at the construction and sat it on my desk for the remainder of the day. Continue reading Intrikat-cies
I was getting good at updating this thing and then January happened. And I blew it. Now it’s February and I’m scratching my head wondering where the hell the first month of the year disappeared to already. Tonight, I am making a list of things I need to do each week and this website will hereby be added to it. Continue reading Kevin Jones